In addition to her training at Wayne State University in Detroit and the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, Camille Przewodek studied color with impressionist master, Henry Hensche, at the Cape School of Art in Provincetown, MA. The original Cape Cod School of Art, founded by Charles W. Hawthorne (1872-1930) in 1899, and continued by his assistant instructor Henry Hensche (1899-1992), advanced a teaching focused essentially on “seeing” the various light keys of nature, and expressing them through accurate color relationships.
Camille is an acknowledged authority on color who regularly serves as an entry and awards judge for various painting competitions and events. She is also a much sought after instructor who annually teaches painting workshops across the country, and offers regular weekly classes close to home at her studio in Northern California.
For three consecutive years she has been a featured, on-stage demonstrator at Plein Air Magazine’s Annual Plein Air Convention, as well as an invited instructor, lecturer, and panelist on the Hensche- Hawthorne approach to seeing and painting color at American Artist Magazine’s Weekend with the Masters.
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